## Arithmetick, Vulgar, Decimal, Instrumental, Algebraical: In Four Parts |

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Page 22 - The MULTIPLICAND is the number to be multiplied. THE MULTIPLIER is the number by which the multiplicand is to be multiplied. The PRODUCT is the result of the multiplication.

Page 234 - If the diameter of a circle be 100, what is the side of a square equal in area to the circle ? os.

Page 258 - ... pressure is being raised, and expands again when the pressure is relieved. The steel tube which holds it, however, acts in the opposite sense: it expands while the pressure rises and contracts while it falls. If the two surfaces were perfectly smooth, one half of the change of length would be measured at the one end and the other half at the other end. As the surfaces are not perfectly smooth, this does not usually occur. Moreover the steel tubes are prolongations of the central steel block which...

Page 200 - The cube root of 8 is 2, and the cube root of =53 x з=5'=лУ5 ; hence the quantity sought is 2^/:~,.

Page 39 - Divifor 309 to 927, it makes 1236, which is againft 4 5 to this add the Divifor, and it makes 1545, which ftands againft 5. And thus to every laft Number, ftill add the Divifor, till you have gone through all the nine Digits •, then will they be as in the Margin. Having prepared this Table , fet your Dividend and...

Page 39 - Digits, i, 2, 3, &c. one under another; and againft the Figure i fet 309, your Divifor, which doubled is 618, which fet againft 2 ; thefe added together make 927, which ftands againft 3 : Add the Divifor 309 to 927, it makes 1236, which is againft 4 5 to this add the Divifor, and it makes 1545, which ftands againft 5.

Page 38 - RULE, BY Which you may certainly know what Figure to fet in your Quotient ; and never to take one too great, or too little, but that which will juft...

Page 39 - Digits •, then will they be as in the Margin. Having prepared this Table , fet your Dividend and Divifor down, as in the Firft Way of...

Page 39 - Look this Number in your Table, which you cannot find , but the next lefs is 1545, againft which ftands 5; fet 5 in the Quotient, and ftbftraft 1545 out of 1709, and there will remain...

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